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Depression and Sexual Desire

Depression and Sexual Desire

I am feeling so happy to finally being able to access various medical and biochemistry journals and studies that are not free or available online. I might be able now to publish then here for the benefit of many members. All articles are related to studies of certain drugs that boost EQ, about Erection dysfunction, boost libido and many more articles.


Start at: 5.7" x 5.3"

CURRENT: 7.7"x5.8

GOAL 8"X6"

Okay, I will post only those with links and available online although some that I could post have membership are owned by oxford university and Cambridge university and need sign in.


Start at: 5.7" x 5.3"

CURRENT: 7.7"x5.8

GOAL 8"X6"

Depression and Sexual Desire

ROBERT L. PHILLIPS, JR., M.D., and
JAMES R. SLAUGHTER, M.D.
University of Missouri­Columbia School of Medicine, Columbia, Missouri

Decreased libido disproportionately affects patients with depression. The relationship between depression and decreased libido may be blurred, but treating one condition frequently improves the other. Medications used to treat depression may decrease libido and sexual function. Frequently, patients do not volunteer problems related to sexuality, and physicians rarely ask about such problems. Asking a depressed patient about libido and sexual function and tailoring treatment to minimize adverse effects on sexual function can significantly increase treatment compliance and improve the quality of the patient’s life. (Am Fam Physician 2000;62:782-6.)

If a reduction in the antidepressant dosage does not maintain adequate treatment of depression, other options are to add a medication and change the medication. In studies comparing bupropion with sertraline and placebo, patients treated with bupropion experienced improvement in libido.26 There is good evidence that treatment with bupropion raises libido above predepression levels.27 In less rigorous studies, improvement of libido with a change to bupropion or the addition of bupropion to existing medications was found.28,29 Patients who switched from sertraline to nefazodone in a double-blind clinical trial reported that their libido returned to baseline levels.30

Read full article on: http://www.aafp.org/afp/20000815/782.html


Start at: 5.7" x 5.3"

CURRENT: 7.7"x5.8

GOAL 8"X6"

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